Interesting.  What would it take to add in Tor nodes to help scale Tor
as a byproduct?

C

Adrian Kennard wrote:
> Just to add, and in support of an idea like this, all standard A&A
> broadband connections can be set to L2TP to a remote endpoint so that it
> is really simple for someone to set up a private Internet service like
> this using our broadband service. The costs are the same as normal.
>
> Obviously that service needs to do the Tor exit nodes and so on to
> provide the degree of privacy, but you don't need to set up a whole ISP
> to do this, just a box that does Tor and L2TP somewhere in "the cloud".
>
> Are there any consumer broadband routers that handle being a tor client?
>

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